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Nakashima Coffee Table for Ryan Lawson
A Family-Affair Transformation on a Lake in Minnesota

“As most decorators will tell you, interior design is one part creativity, two parts diplomacy. Keeping clients happy while gently guiding them toward one’s creative vision takes a deft hand. That was pushed to the extreme in the case of this lake house in Minnesota, renovated over the course of seven years by New York–based designer Ryan Lawson. The client was the 68-year-old mother of his partner, Sean Robins. The family had lived in the house for 30 years. While many would shy away from such an emotionally charged renovation, Lawson embraced it, working closely with his de facto mother-in-law to create a home filled with meaning, richness, and charm…”


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